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Super Bowl Takeout: How to Order and Keep Your Resolutions

Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend, and I know it's supposed to be all about the game, but really, it's become all about the food. Chicken wings, pizza, seven-layer dip, chips, chili, sausages, and beer. Lots of beer. It's a cruel test for those who have started a health kick on Jan 1. It's great if you can make your own healthy snacks, but if the crowd you're with is all about ordering food, here are some tips to allow you to enjoy the party, while sticking to your resolutions.

  • When ordering pizza, go for thin crust, preferably one made of whole wheat. Skip the extra cheese and go for tons of veggies. If you must have meat on your pizza, go for ham instead of pepperoni or sausage since it contains less calories. Or you can always add your own turkey or chicken sausage once the pizza arrives.
  • If ordering wings, ask for extra carrot and celery sticks and tell them to forget the ranch or blue cheese dressing.

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  • If you like to order Chinese food, choose meals that contain chicken rather than beef or pork, since poultry contains less saturated fat. If they have seafood options, that's a good choice, just make sure not to order anything that's soaked in batter and deep fried. Forget the fried egg rolls, too, and go for dumplings instead (they're steamed). Order sides of extra steamed broccoli and snow peas so you can add them to your meal. Or when you order your entree, ask for added veggies. Soup may also be a good choice, especially if the broth is made with miso. Limit your sodium intake by skipping out on the added soy and hoisin sauces.

Just keep in mind that it's OK to enjoy your favorite foods, you just don't want to go overboard. If you snack over the entire four- to six-hour time span, you'll end up consuming a lot of extra calories. So grab a plate and enjoy your food at one time so you can keep track of your portion sizes.

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almostloli almostloli 7 years
but seriously blue cheese and ranch dressing taste really good :) and awh.. warm pizza showered with meat bites and melting cheese.. haha super good
almostloli almostloli 7 years
but seriously blue cheese and ranch dressing taste really good :) and awh.. warm pizza showered with meat bites and melting cheese.. haha super good
bella85 bella85 7 years
Superbowl is only once a year, I think you should eat what you want. One delicious pizza won't make you fat instantly if you eat good stuff in general.
Modus-Vivendi Modus-Vivendi 7 years
Thin crust pizza is so good. It makes the focus the toppings, and you don't feel so bloated.
soapbox soapbox 7 years
I always pile my pizza with spinach and broccoli. According to Dr. Oz, it displaces the cheese and makes the slice healthier. Let's just hope he's right!
Spectra Spectra 7 years
The Chinese place that we usually order from has a "health food" menu where you can get steamed veggies with chicken or shrimp or tofu. It comes with white rice, but I always just eat the veggies with my own brown rice. I know making rice sort of defeats the whole purpose of takeout, but if you throw the rice on when you order, it's usually done when the food arrives.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 7 years
My resolution would probably just have to forgive me this weekend. I can't not eat like crap when watching the Super Bowl.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Great tips.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Great tips.
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